KSLR Partnerships

The King’s Student Law Review Affiliated Academic Blogs

The King’s Student Law Review is affiliated with the following blog:


The King’s Student Law Review’s Joint Publication with Strife:

Strife is a biannual, peer-reviewed academic periodical publication created and managed by young researchers from the Department of War Studies, King’s College London. As the two leading student-edited and peer-reviewed academic journals at King’s College London, KSLR and Strife collaborated on a series of special editions under the overarching theme of ‘Law and War’.

Click here to see our joint edition.


The King’s Student Law Review’s Partnership with Trinity College Law Review


The Trinity College Law Review (TCLR) is Ireland’s oldest and leading student-edited law journal. Now over 20 years old, the TCLR exclusively publishes articles by law students at all stages of their academic career. The TCLR publishes a print edition once a year and is listed on HeinOnline and Westlaw IE. For more information, please consult their Submissions page, like their Facebook page or follow them on Twitter.

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The King’s Student Law Review’s Partnership with London School of Economics Law Review

The KSLR are delighted to announce a newly established partnership with the LSE Law Review (LSELR). Launched in September 2019, this partnership seeks to establish closer ties between two of University of London’s leading student-led publications and focus on training editors through hosting joint workshops. Both Law Reviews have also established a partnership on social media platforms, where their respective ‘Call for Submissions’ and newsletters will be routinely advertised in a reciprocal manner.

The LSE Law Review

The LSE Law Review is a student-run law journal that publishes high quality legal scholarship contributing to debates surrounding all areas of the law. The LSELR is an inclusive legal platform and publishes case notes and letters to editors written by students, academics practitioners and judges. These submissions are either published in the LSELR’s annual journal or frequently updated academic blog. The LSELR also annually awards a prize to authors for exceptional submissions.

The Editorial Board is composed of LSE law students of different years of study, who are entirely responsible for the Review’s publication and management. The LSELR is an independent publication, despite having the endorsement of the LSE Department of Law.

For more information, please visit: https://lselawreview.com.